SAN DIEGO, Calif., Dec. 23 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Patriot Scientific Corporation (BULLETIN BOARD: PTSC) announced today the company has initiated legal action against several multi-national consumer electronics companies seeking damages for patent infringement of microprocessor clocking mechanisms held within its portfolio. The initial filing is with the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York under case number 03 CV 10142 (DAB). PTSC believes specific patents within the company's portfolio to be foundational with numerous additional companies currently benefiting from its technology.
Jeff Wallin, president and CEO of PTSC stated, "This event represents a major milestone in achieving commercial value for PTSC's innovative processing technologies. This is the first of many anticipated actions in the interest of protecting the company's patent portfolio."
The initial filings will be seeking damages in excess of several hundred million dollars.
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Patriot Scientific is an intellectual property company developing and marketing innovative and proprietary semiconductor technologies into the fast- growing hand held wireless and smart card markets. The company's portfolio of patents encompasses what is believed to be fundamental microprocessor technology and includes additional patents pending to protect its technology and architecture. For more information please visit Patriot Scientific online at http://www.ptsc.com/
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